Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology

2014 Edition
| Editors: Claire Smith

Trinh, Hiep Hoang

Reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0465-2_2290

Basic Biographical Information

Hiep Hoang Trinh holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology from Vietnam Ministry of Training and Education; an M.A. in Archaeology from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, National University, Hanoi; and B.A. in History from Hanoi University. He is the principal researcher and head of the Department for Metal Age Studies at the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS).

Major Accomplishments

Since 1995, his work at the Institute of Archaeology has focused on several research areas such as pre-protohistorical archaeology of northern Vietnam, pre-Dong Son cultures in northern Vietnam, Neolithic and Metal Age cultural interaction between northeast Asia and northern Vietnam, and ancient social networks.


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Further Reading

  1. Kim, N. C., L. Van Toi & H. H. Trinh. 2010a. Walls, warfare and political centralization: recent excavation at Middle Wall and Ditch of Co Loa Citadel, Dong Anh, Hanoi, Vietnam. Archaeology Journal 3: 46-61.Google Scholar
  2. - 2010b. Co Loa: an investigation of Vietnam’s ancient capital. Antiquity 84: 1011-1027.Google Scholar
  3. Trinh, H. H. 2007a. Pottery technology at the Man Bac site (Ninh Binh) and some factor pottery technology pre-prohistorical archaeological on the Korean Peninsula. New Archaeological Discoveries 2006: 279-281.Google Scholar
  4. - 2007b. Excavation at Cau Tu 1 temple and Cau Tu 2 temple (Bac Giang province). Archaeology Journal 4: 100-101.Google Scholar
  5. - 2010. Man Bac site, a Neolithic settlement in northern Vietnam (Culture Resource Studies Asian Linkage Building Seminar Working papers). Japan: Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environment Studies Kanazawa University.Google Scholar
  6. Trinh, H. H. & H. Van Phung. 2003. Dong Vuon site - data and perception. Archaeology Journal 1: 22-42.Google Scholar
  7. Van Phung, H., H. H. Trinh, T. Van Lang & N. H. Hanh. 2009. Cau Tu temple (Bac Giang) through data of the archaeological excavation in 2007. Archaeology Journal 4: 29-53.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of ArchaeologyVietnam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS)HanoiVietnam